Dimensioned drawings of the Raleigh Sofa measuring height, length, and depth in multiple elevations

The Raleigh Sofa is a modern sofa with an expressed hardwood frame and angled back profile. Designed by the team of Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk in 2009, the Raleigh Sofa takes formal cues from midcentury Danish furniture while creating a more natural and comfortable sitting experience through the enlargement of the cushions and cant of the seat back.

The Raleigh Sofa has an overall length of 85” (216 cm), depth of 35” (88.9 cm), total height of 34” (86.4 cm) and comes in a variety of fabric or leather upholstery options. The sitting surface is set 18” (45.7 cm) above the floor with arms at 24” (61 cm).

What is the Raleigh Sofa?
The Raleigh Sofa is a modern sofa with an expressed hardwood frame and angled back profile designed by Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk in 2009.
How long is the Raleigh Sofa?
The Raleigh Sofa is 85” (7’1”) | 216 cm long.
What are the dimensions of the Raleigh Sofa?
The Raleigh Sofa has an overall length of 85” | 216 cm, depth of 35” | 88.9 cm, and total height of 34” | 86.4 cm.


Details

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Height: 
34” | 86 cm
Width:
Depth:
35” | 89 cm
Length:
85” | 216 cm
Seat Height:
18” | 46 cm
Arm Height:
24" | 61 cm
Weight:
Materials:
Hardwood frame, oak or walnut external frame; foam cushions, fabric or leather upholstery
Designer:
Jeffrey Bernett & Nicholas Dodziuk‍
Year:
2009

Properties

Drawings include:
Raleigh Sofa front elevation, front (man sitting), back, side, plan

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Sofas, also known as couches or settees, are furniture pieces used for seating two or more people. Unlike benches, sofas are typically designed with upholstered cushions, seat backs, and armrests. Sofas are often the signature piece of a living room, lounge, lobby, office, hotel, or bar.